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Series: Transformers: Titan TPBs

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Transformers, Vol. 1: Beginnings by Ralph Macchio1
Transformers, Vol. 2: New Order by Bob Budiansky2
Transformers, Vol. 3: Cybertron Redux by Bob Budiansky3
Transformers, Vol. 4: Showdown by Bob Budiansky4
Transformers, Vol. 5: Breakdown by Bob Budiansky5
Transformers, Vol. 6: Treason by Bob Budiansky6
Transformers, Vol. 7: Trial By Fire by Bob Budiansky7
Transformers, Vol. 8: Maximum Force by Bob Budiansky8
Transformers, Vol. 9: Dark Star by Bob Budiansky9
Transformers, Vol. 10: Last Stand by Bob Budiansky10
Transformers: Primal Scream by Simon Furman11
Transformers: Matrix Quest by Simon Furman12
Transformers: All Fall Down by Simon Furman13
Transformers: End of the Road by Simon Furman14
Transformers: Dark Designs by Simon Furman15
Transformers: Rage in Heaven by Simon Furman16

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  1. Transformers: Generation 1 (Vol. 1) by Chris Sarracini (2002)
  2. Transformers: Target: 2006 by Simon Furman (2002)
  3. The Transformers: Autocracy by Chris Metzen (2012)
  4. Exodus (Transformers) by Alex Irvine (2010)
  5. Marvel Premiere Classics, Volume 5: Wolverine: Weapon X by Barry Windsor-Smith (1993)
  6. JLA, Vol. 4: Strength In Numbers by Grant Morrison (1998)
  7. Transformers/G.I. Joe by John Ney Rieber (2004)
  8. Transformers Generation One Vol. 2 : War and Peace by Brad Mick (2004)
  9. The Transformers: All Hail Megatron, Volume 1 by Shane McCarthy (2009)
  10. The Death of Superman by Dan Jurgens (1992)
  11. Incredible Change-Bots by Jeffrey Brown (2007)
  12. Avengers/Defenders War by Steve Englehart (2002)
  13. Transformers: Armada, Volume 1: First Contact by Chris Sarracini (2003)
  14. Tom Strong: Book Four by Alan Moore (2004)
  15. Planetary: Leaving The 20th Century by Warren Ellis (2004)

Series description

The original Marvel US Transformers G1/G2 comics, collected and reprinted in trade paperback and hardcover by Titan Books. Listed here in chronological (not publication) order.


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